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The Bears Den: December 30, 2011

"...where we slowly raise our goblet of Bears goodness, and toast a merciful conclusion to the 2011 Season."

Urlacher, Briggs see Bears rebounding Mayer: While frustrated about what transpired this season, Brian Urlacher and Lance Briggs are confident that the Bears will contend for a championship in 2012.

Enderle believes he's ready to play SundayMoon: Rookie quarterback Nathan Enderle is putting in a ton of extra time with Josh McCown -- though not necessarily as a quarterback. Either way, Enderle is confident he could play if called upon Sunday in Minnesota. Latest Bears Video: Urlacher, Briggs.

I now pronounce you Tom and Larry: Thayer and Mayer preview the Bears vs.Vikings. Get a room already.

Follow WCG on Twitter: Don't put it off 'til next year.

Bears give Corey Graham a look at safety in practice McClure: Cornerback Graham is headed to the Pro Bowl for his special teams work, and his contract expires after the season. Israel Idonije reflects on tough year for Bears, optimistic about future

For some players, future is on the line in Sunday's game Bowen: Irrelevant Chicago Bears-Minnesota Vikings game is a chance for players to make a statement for 2012.

Briggs, Urlacher left to look to next year -- again Isaacson: Another Super Bowl run with Briggs and Urlacher will take a lot of work.

How the Bears could avoid starting over Seifert: The value of continuity within a scheme is reflected annually in the NFL's best teams.

A coach lurks in Josh McCown Jensen: Before Josh McCown endeared himself to Bears teammates, he inspired high school players to complete their finest season.

Dennis McKinnon: ‘Embarrassed’ By Bears WSCR: Former Bears wide out Dennis McKinnon joined The Matt Abbatacola Show to share some of this thoughts on the organization he spent seven seasons with -- and won a Super Bowl with in 1985.

As season nears an end, more questions than answers Dan McNeil has the best of and the rest of 2011.

NFL in 2011: Lockout to the loss of an icon Cole:The lockout dominated the headlines for months, but no story proved bigger than the death of Al Davis.

Thy melting of thy face: